Last week, I brought the treats and special foods from Tomorrowland. Today? Let’s talk about Main St. U.S.A.! Main St is an often overlooked attraction, but you probably spend most of your time there. But that’s an article for another day. Today, let’s talk special food. First of all, do NOT miss the Main Street Confectionary! It just reopened after a long refurbishment and it is incredible! Read more about it here!
A stop at Tony’s Town Square Restaurant will get you these delicious wings! The Five Alarm Wings are wing tossed in a sweet and spicy sauce. They are served with ranch dressing for dipping. I mean, not exactly the “Italian Fare” that Tony’s in known for, but I’m not one to turn down a good chicken wing.
Next, stop by Casey’s Corner! The 50th Celebration Hot Dog is an all-beef hot dog topped with strawberry-bacon jam, crisp funnel cake pieces, and powdered sugar. The Pressed Penny Silk Pie is a chocolate tart shell, silky chocolate filling, sweet whipped cream, and a chocolate-pressed penny
The 1971 Meal at Casey’s Corner is a CLASSIC. Walt’s chili & cheese all-beef hot dog with French fries, fountain beverage, and a 50th Anniversary themed cake pop!
Cross the street to the Plaza! The Plaza is a hidden gem, if you ask me, and their food specials look amazing!
The Monte Cristo is deep-fried in funnel cake batter with house-made bacon, roasted turkey, and provolone. It is sprinkled with EARidescent and powdered sugar with a side of strawberry jam.
And now for the piece de resistance! The “Cheers to 50 years!” sundae! Chocolate and vanilla ice cream, brownies, cupcakes, cookie crumbles, pretzel rods, and hot fudge, topped with whipped cream, EARidescent sugar, and a Mickey pretzel drizzled with caramel and chocolate icing. Yes, PLEASE!!!
And let’s not forget the 50th Anniversary popcorn buckets and Mickey Ice Cream bars! Which of these delectable goodies are you gonna try first?
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